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history and craft workshops for schools and festivals

"Thank you for a fantastic workshop! The children were engaged, focused and engrossed in all the learning and enriching activities that you arranged."

E Wright, Horizon Primary Academy, Kent

"Brilliant organisation!

Wonderful that children have some memorabillia to take home."

C Burridge, Great Doddington Primary School 

"In over 10 years of teaching this was the best I've ever seen, especially for such a reasonable price. All staff and children had fun and learnt loads."

M Comell & T Daly, Northborough Junior School

"We all thought it was fantastic! Children were engaged the whole day. Children who wouldn't normally participate participated and enjoyed it thorougly!'

K Willett, St Andrew's 

CE Primary School

Excellent activities - children all on task all day - a good all round experience.

Thank you so much!'

A Webzell, Horton Kirby PS

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We are based in Dymchurch, on the Romney Marsh, Kent.  

NEW!  Workshops in Brighton and surrounding areas - please click here for details.

We are operating safely and successfully within DfE Covid-19 guidelines. 

Scroll down to find out more or to get a quote please email including the following information (copy & paste):

1) Name and postcode of school/venue

2) Type of workshop that you are interested in

3) Approximate number of children

4) Time of year/school term - preferred days of the week

6) Will the workshop take place in the hall or in classrooms?

Please be aware that our workshops are very interactive and we like to keep the children moving about as much as possible.  Since we run the workshops with all the children together at the same time, hall space or similar is essential for  groups of 30 students or more. We completely understand that most schools have only one hall and are very used to working around lunchtime requirements etc.

Phone: 07985 165801 - please leave a message during school hours

Key Information about a  Living History Workshop:

  • We aim to provide a fully interactive experience -  3 hours of contact time.

  • We can cater for up to 90 children at a time.

  • We bring enough costumes for every child to dress up.

  • Every child makes a souvenir artefact to take home and keep.

  • We bring REAL artefacts for the children to touch and examine - some of them are over 3000 years old...

  • We can adapt our workshops to suit specific topic areas.

  • We always link to local history where possible.

  • Hall space or similar is required for more than one class.

  • A classroom is sufficient for one class, providing it has been cleared in the morning so that we can set up!

  • Please give us your feedback - we're very proud of what we do and we'd like to be the best - please help us by letting us know what you think.

Covid 19 Statement

  • We aim to be as flexible as possible with regards to how we manage group sizes, cancellations and rescheduling.

  • Use of our facepaints and costumes by the children is optional and subject to individual school policy

For 30 students or less - if the hall is out of use:

A classroom will be fine, but we'll need the following arrangements please:

  • chairs removed, tables cleared but can be left in situ.

  • children to register elsewhere so the workshop can be set up without interruption from 8.15am.


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